Discover Grenada's nutmeg and cocoa plantations and beautiful countryside before heading to St Lucia for a week on the beach at the charming Ti Kaye Resort.
3 nights North Coast Grenada, including breakfast; 7 nights Ti Kaye Resort & Spa, including breakfast. The price below is per person, exclusive of international flights, and is intended as a broad indication of how much you should budget for your trip. We will tailor your itinerary to match your specific budget, dates and interests.
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On the beach - 7 days
Ti Kaye Resort and Spa
A haven of peace and tranquility, Ti Kaye's greatest charm is its dramatic location overlooking secluded Anse Cochon, a lovely beach backed by lush rainforest. Well hidden from the main road down a bumpy track, it provides a wonderful sense of seclusion.
Ti Kaye, 'little house' in Creole, has a wonderfully warm and intimate atmosphere and is a far cry from Saint Lucia’s larger hotels. Service here is highly personal and the cottage-style rooms are set around lush gardens with breathtaking views. The resort hugs the edge of a cliffside and it's a steep climb down to the beach, but with excellent snorkeling and diving, it's well worth the effort. Alternatively, you could just lounge by the pool, try a wine tasting session or indulge in a spa treatment with dramatic views. Guests can also enjoy horse riding, rainforest hikes and sunset cruises from Ti Kaye’s private dock, learn to dive or discover the colorful marine life in the bay, one of the island's best snorkeling sites. The two restaurants here are exceptional with casually elegant dining and an award-winning wine cellar.
The hotel's 33 cottages are built into the hillside and have rustic, simple yet elegant decor featuring four-poster beds, garden showers and a large balcony with double hammock. Pool cottages have their own private plunge pool with large decks and uninterrupted sea views.
Before the beach - 4 days
North Coast of Grenada
Grenada's unspoilt north coast is one of the best kept secrets in the Caribbean. Untouched by major development and blessed with a laid-back island attitude, it offers visitors a wide variety of attractions to explore. Discover the fishing town of Sauteurs, overlooking the Sauteurs Bay, the glorious beach and wildlife-rich mangrove swamp at Levera National Park, visit hot springs and waterfalls, quaint fishing villages, cocoa and nutmeg plantations, or head further afield to idyllic Sandy Beach, an uninhabited island surrounded by turquoise seas.
A lovely little boutique hotel on Grenada's unspoilt north coast, Petite Anse is set above a wild sandy beach over the Caribbean Sea. The 13 simple cottages are nestled in tropical gardens and feature canopy beds, wooden floors and plenty of individual touches.
Ti Kaye Resort and Spa
33 rooms, 2 restaurants, 1 pool
This charming resort has been lovingly created by the owner Nick Pinnock who bought the land in 1991 and has worked tirelessly to make it into the place it is today. As you head off the main road on the rough lane down to the resort, you’ll soon forgive the bumpy ride as you arrive at this haven of peace and seclusion.
Situated in Anse Cochon, one of the best snorkeling bays in Saint Lucia, this intimate Caribbean resort is a world away from the larger resorts for which Saint Lucia is better known. The owner and managers have made a real effort to reflect Saint Lucia’s culture and heritage in the architecture and general feel of the resort, even down to small details like the Creole room names.
Enjoy the laid back atmosphere, personal service and picture postcard views, whilst staying in your own little gingerbread cottage set in the lush gardens of this unique resort.
Ti Kaye Resort and Spa is an adult only resort and only accepts adults of 18 years and over.
Hugging the edge of the cliff side, this pretty resort offers a really secluded location and incredible sea views.
Ti Kaye is set on the hillside overlooking a pretty bay that’s surrounded by thick rainforest. The hotel is about a mile down a track from the main road (about ten minutes drive) and with no other resorts or houses nearby it's a beautifully secluded location. However, please note that as the bay is one of the best sites for snorkeling in Saint Lucia, it is visited by snorkel boats from other parts of the island. The rest of the time you will have it all to yourself.
The sand here is light gray due to the volcanic nature of this region and if you don’t fancy the 166 steps up or down to the beach, you can call for the hotel's shuttle to whisk you up the hill.
Perfect for those who want to really feel like they’re in Saint Lucia and don’t require the endless facilities of a larger resort.
33 charming rooms and gingerbread cottages line the sloping hill, offering simple, natural elegance in the midst of nature.
All have four-poster bed, private outdoor garden shower and a large balcony with double hammock.
Although there is air conditioning, the open shutters have been designed to allow the sea breeze to flow through keeping the rooms cool if preferred, and similarly Wi-Fi is available if you really need to stay in touch.
Ocean view room
The 14 Ocean View rooms are the standard category at the resort and are semi-detached in their design. Although there is no difference in size to the two cottage categories, they are set further back and higher up on the property.
Ocean view cottage
These eight individual cottages are situated near the cliff edge and offer great views of the Caribbean Sea.
Ocean view cottage with pool
There are 11 cottages with private plunge pools, all offering the best uninterrupted sea views, a larger deck and a little more privacy. These cottages are also closest to the cliff edge.
Pictures of the rooms
Activities, diving & excursions
There is a small pool on the hillside with excellent views out over the water and one of the island’s best snorkeling spots is located directly off the beach. There are also regular activities including yoga, garden walks and wine tasting sessions.
Located in a marine reserve, Anse Cochon where Ti Kaye is set, is one of the best dive spots on the island. Ti Kaye Island Divers at the resort, offers packages to suit all levels and with its own well equipped dive shop and instructors, you’ll be in safe hands if this is your first time.
The wreck of the Lesleen M is set within Anse Cochon Bay making it incredibly easy for divers at Ti Kaye to access it. This picturesque wreck was purposefully sunk in 1985 to create an artificial reef. There are also two house reefs easily accessible from shore that are perfect for shore dives and night dives.
Food & drink
Kai Manje restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and enjoys stunning sea views. It is set near the resort’s pool and the staff are happy to serve your lunch by the pool if you like. In the evening the restaurant transforms with white table linen and softly glowing candles, making dinner a casually elegant affair.
Ti Manje is the beachside restaurant open for lunch as well as a weekly five-course seafood dinner (booking ahead for the weekly dinner is recommended as there is only limited seating). There is also a clifftop bar and an award-winning wine cellar with over 3,000 bottles. The hotel offers wine tasting sessions three evenings a week in the wine cellar as well as a fantastic five-course wine paired dinner weekly.
Built on the cliff edge with dramatic views over the Caribbean Sea, the beautiful Kai Koko Spa offers two treatment rooms and a Jacuzzi.
The spa menu draws inspiration from the island and treatments and rituals use natural organic ingredients from the rainforest, lush valleys and the mineral-rich waters of the island.
North Coast of Grenada
Known as the 'Isle of Spice', this little island is an alluring mix of lush rainforest, sparkling waterfalls and powdery white beaches, infused with the heady aromas of nutmeg, cinnamon and cocoa.
Grenada’s sheltered beaches are some of the finest in the region, rarely crowded and affording picture postcard vistas of soft sugary sands and swaying palms. The calm turquoise waters provide optimal conditions for snorkeling and scuba diving, with some of the best reef and wreck diving in the Caribbean.
The mountainous interior is fertile and dense with vegetation, criss-crossed by rivers and hiking trails and home to monkeys, colorful lizards and around 150 species of bird. Historic plantations still produce some of the best cocoa in the world and you can also visit traditional rum distilleries or nutmeg producers.
Grenadians are a friendly and welcoming people, and a great way to get to know them is with a visit to the Saturday market in the pretty capital, St George’s. The island also boasts some fantastically rustic eateries offering hearty home-cooked cuisine, while Grenada’s smaller outlying islands, Carriacou and Petite Martinique, offer the chance to really get off the beaten track.
Accommodations: Petite Anse
A warm welcome awaits at this lovely little boutique hotel on the unspoilt north coast of Grenada. It was the owners Philip and Annie’s dream to live by the ocean, so they left England in search of that special place they could call home, and after several years at sea running a yacht charter business, they fell in love with Grenada and its friendly people, and so Petite Anse was born. The hotel is set above a wild sandy beach looking out across the Caribbean Sea to the Grenadines, and each of the 13 individual cottages are nestled in the beautiful tropical gardens. A unique property, it has a simple and relaxed, rustic atmosphere, a beautiful location and a unique feeling of staying in someone’s private home.
Day by day
On arrival you'll be met and transferred to the undeveloped north of the island for your three night stay at Petite Anse.
Why not spend the day discovering some of the 'Isle of Spice's' amazing produce with a visit to a historic cocoa plantation and nearby nutmeg processing station.
Today you could explore the secluded coastline of Levera National Park before sampling the rum at River Antoine Distillery.
Today you will be transferred to the airport in time for your short flight to Saint Lucia.
On arrival, transfer to the Ti Kaye Resort and Spa where you have the next seven nights to relax.
At leisure at Ti Kaye Resort and Spa. The resort is set by one of the island's best snorkeling and dive spots, so be sure to take advantage of this.
At leisure at Ti Kaye Resort and Spa. You may wish to be pampered at the spa, which has incredible views across the bay.
If you're feeling adventurous, why not hike up Gros Piton, one of the two volcanic spires rising dramatically out of the ocean? The views from the top are incredible and there is abundant birdlife along the way.
Days 8 - 10
Today you will be taken back to the airport in time for your flight home.
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